I've given in to Flickr.

nina's picture

Whenever the percentage of type-related entries on my blog exceeds a (very low) tolerance level, I get complaints from bored readers. So I decided to make Flickr my type-stuff-posting refuge. Apart from here I mean :-)

Have a look if you like:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ninastoessinger/

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johnnydib's picture

sweet

dezcom's picture

Welcome to Flickr then as well!

ChrisL

nina's picture

Thank you! Another nice type-related time-eating place to be… :-)

Bendy's picture

Nice pictures Nina, I like the headless people in your typespotting set!

My Flickr page is mostly photos but there's a bit of fonty fun there too.

nina's picture

Wow, nice photos Ben. I'm quite envious you traveled to Burma BTW!

Bendy's picture

I used to live in Thailand so visited Burma many times from there, I love it :) But I need a new camera if I go back!
I should really learn how to save money so I can travel more...anyway glad you like them.

Happy Easter! :)

Quincunx's picture

Welcme to flickr then. I haven't put much new stuff on my flickr page lately. Need to start exporting new things as png and photograph printed matter...

Bendy's picture

Cool, Jelmar. I love how your Furet font is looking...are you still working on it? Haven't seen it on the crit board for ages.

I like your family portraits too, very good.

nina's picture

Wow, some great pictures, Jelmar. I dig the duct tape project. And Furet looks very yummy!

Ben: Now I'm really envious. I should say intrigued though. :-)

Happy Easter guys.

Quincunx's picture

Ben: thanks, yes Furet is still in the works, although I've put it on the sideline for the moment, to return to it with a fresh eye. I made that preliminary specimen because it was a project I was doing at art academy, so I had to show it.

And I was quite pleased with the family portraits myself too. ;)

Nina: Yeah, the duct tape project was quite fun to do. Unfortunately we had very little time to 'tack it on' so to speak. But in spite of that, I think it turned out pretty ok. :)

dezcom's picture

At least it does not look too tacky :-)

ChrisL

JuanMadrigal's picture

Hi Nina,

Welcome to flickr!
Keep them coming, I want to see more...

Some of my sets for typography:
Typography
Typography Exercises

Cheers,

Juan

nina's picture

Thanks, Juan! I got quite absorbed in your Signs & Street Art set. Had to close that window now, otherwise I'll never do anything else today. ;)

Quincunx's picture

Hehe Chris, no indeed. I wanted to listen to the Rolling Stones album Sticky Fingers when I was working on that project, but unfortunately I didn't bring my laptop... ;)

Nick Job's picture

Hi Nina, lovin' Ernestine. 'A night with Ernestine' makes me want to see more... Is there more - like a pdf? I particularly love the 'g' which may be the 'signature' glyph.

nina's picture

Thanks Nick! I'm glad to hear that. (Especially about the "g"! My favorite glyph in there, and it took me a while to figure it out.)

Ernestine is hoggin' a long thread in the critique section,* of which an update is imminent – I'll post a PDF of the full alphabet (with caps, and hopefully a first draft of the numerals) very shortly, certainly this week. I'm not really wanting to show too much of it on Flickr before it goes up here.

* http://typophile.com/node/53395

Nick Job's picture

How did I miss that? I guess I loiter in the Sans section mainly. I'll check it out properly soon though, you can be sure. Thanks for sharing it.

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